A Stephens College assistant professor questioned Columbia residents about diversity and is presenting his findings as a multimedia presentation Thursday morning at the Columbia Values Diversity Celebration.
Essays and poems written by students are published in the 2012 Student Writings Booklet, which will be distributed at Thursday's Columbia Values Diversity Celebration.
The project has a $47,000 budget and, once finished, would be the third public art project at municipal parking garages.
The final four artists will be considered to design artwork for the fifth and fourth floors of City Hall.
Meridith Gray's paintings of nebulae are featured at Tellers Gallery & Bar this month.
Formed in 2009, this local band has developed a style of its own, blending folk, pop, rock, blues and country together to create "colonial pop."
To commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack, the State Historical Society has put up the Thomas Hart Benton's Year of Peril Series.
The North Village Arts District Farmers and Artisans Market ended Sunday. The market will probably resume in March or April.
Hickman High School is preparing to put on its largest musical performance ever.
The Columbia Image Awards Committee handed out six Image Awards on Thursday evening to businesses who helped beautify the city.
KOPN, a local mid-Missouri radio station, raised about $27,000 at its fundraiser Thursday. The station has served Columbia for 38 years and is the eighth oldest community radio station in the U.S.
He is the author of 12 books and has his work in publications such as Esquire, Harper’s and Best American Essays.
Local artist Stephanie Foley is the fourth participant working in a project to paint the city's traffic boxes in hopes of deterring graffiti vandalism and making the downtown area more attractive.
Ragtag Cinema will be hosting a scavenger hunt this weekend throughout The District to raise money for a new digital projection system.
A recent report showed most arts funding goes to activities that primarily serve a wealthy, white audience, while community-based, culturally diverse arts initiatives receive little funding.
The 52nd Annual Boone County Art Show opens Saturday morning, leaving volunteers and participants with less than 24 hours to transform Boone County National Bank into mid-Missouri's largest art gallery.
Known for being an unconventional thinker, Bob Cassilly's creativity continued until his death. He was found dead in a bulldozer on Monday at the site of his latest project. The bulldozer is thought to have flipped with him in it.
Museum officials attempt to connect to Kansas City's Hispanic roots by gathering local artifacts and documents for its annals.
Kansas City's Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts opens Friday night after years of delays. The center will host the Kansas City Sympony, Kansas City Ballet and other national performance groups.
The $414 million center will hold a public open house with performances by local groups Sunday.